Burt’s Bees - Coconut Foot Crème
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Burt’s Bees Coconut Foot Crème smoothes, softens and moisturises rough, dry and calloused skin on the feet. Coconut oil, olive oil and lanolin all work to deeply moisturise the skin, leaving it supple and healthy, while vitamin E and rosemary leaf oil condition skin and assist with its repair. Burt’s Bees Coconut Foot Crème is 99.4 per cent natural.
The environmentally-friendly tube contains 42 per cent post-consumer recycled plastics and can be recycled again.
Apply the cream liberally to the rough and dry skin on the feet, massage and cover with cotton socks.
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Rating: Jul 15, 2012 5:07pm
Careful with application.
Watch out with this one, it's definitely a product to use before bed. If you don't shake the bottle wll before each use, you will end up with a liquids mess. It leaves your feet slippery so I put socks on straight away after applying. If careful with application, this product works wonders on the feet.
Rating: Apr 15, 2012 6:03pm
too greasy and slippery
The smell is not pleasant at all which is a shame since I'm normally a huge fan of Burt's bees products. It's very greasy and doesn't seem to soak in at all, more alarming is the fact it makes you're feet very slippery and could be quite dangerous.
Read the full review of Coconut Foot Crème by Pud.
Rating: Apr 10, 2012 4:31pm
Burts treats your feet
I actually found this smell far too overpowering and the texture was a bit greasy.
My personal opinion - I am not a fan of coconut smells as they are far to overpowering for me but I know others who just love coconut.
It is great to treat your feet once in a while as the poor tired souls need some TLC, but just make sure you do this after you wash your feet and you dont plan on walking around on your feet too much afterwards.
Rating: Mar 30, 2012 5:05pm
Great Smell, Really Greasy
I love thick foot cremes. I bought this after a cold winter with sore, cold feet and found it was okay. Loved the coconut smell, the small amount of peppermint tingle, and the consistency. Unfortunately I didn't feel like the product absorbed properly, and it felt greasy, netting it a 3 star rating.
Rating: Nov 17, 2011 4:04pm
Just the ticket for smooth heels
I have to confess I wasn't expecting much from this as I've only used more 'medicated' products. I was lucky enough to win this as part of the Glosscars and I have been mightily impressed with it. The tube is the golden yellow trademark BB colour with Red type and a botanical illustrations of coconuts. That the tube is 42 per cent post-consumer recycled plastics and can be recycled again is a great reason to buy this product, but I've also been converted by its sweet, mostly coconut fragrance with a hint of peppermint and the thick texture of the product which makes it a breeze to apply. While I still use a pumice on my heels at least once a week, as it's been so hot recently my heels have really needed a surefire product like this one. The first time I used Burt's Bees Coconut Foot Creme I used way too much! Now I only use about a pea sized amount on each heel then cover with cotton socks before I go to bed. I prefer cotton as it still lets your skin breathe and your feet are then less prone to fungal infections. I use this creme once a week but I may need to use it more often over summer as I wear open shoes or go barefoot more frequently. I know there are some who aren't enamoured of this creme but I can't say a bad word about this product. Full marks to Burt's Bees, I will be purchasing this once I have finished every last ounce of my current tube of 'dream creme'! Apply thinly to heels or toughened skin and then wear cotton socks over the top.
Rating: Nov 6, 2011 9:20am
I have this foot creme in the Tips and Toes kit and I'm not a big fan of it. When I have used it, it didn't sink in as well as the Peppermint Foot Lotion and just left an oily layer on top of my feet. Not good when you're just about to get into bed! I don't mind using it on my heel and on the sides of my feet where they don't usually touch the floor but I definately would NOT repurchase!
Rating: Oct 12, 2011 4:54pm
Best foot cream ever
I swim a lot and my feet were so sore and cracked until I got this gorgeous cream. It comes out thick and gooey, but gets absorbed quickly, and smells amazing. I do love the scent of coconut though, and someone who doesn't might find it strong. For me, putting on this cream is like being on holiday - there's a rich coconutty scent that follows me around. Best of all, it works!
Rating: Oct 10, 2011 3:06am
If you want a layer of grease on the surface of your foot
I thought this might moisturise my rough feet I wanted this to work but it didn't. I don't feel like it sunk into the skin, it just sat on the surface so I was left with a layer of grease. I could see this working for people who have already have great feet and are looking for a gentle cream. I love the smell, it can be a bit overpowering. .
Rating: Oct 5, 2011 8:19pm
Makes your feet super soft and smell great!
I use this at night, applied generously to toes and heels along with thick cotton socks. In the morning my feet smell great and are really soft. Great for people who want to pamper their feet without the time for a pedicure.
Rating: Oct 3, 2011 11:57pm
Too greasy for me
I wanted to love this product but the texture is a major turn off. It's thick, greasy and feels gross. I have to wear socks with this otherwise my feet are all sticky and slippery. The day afterwards my feet feel all sweaty and yuck too.
It's a decent moisturiser but it's just too expensive and you have to put up with the greasy, slippery feeling for about 24 hours. I think i'd rather apply a lighter lotion every night for a week rather than one or two uses of this a week. I might have to try the Peppermint Foot Lotion instead but this Coconut Foot Creme is definitely not for me.
If you have really dry feet then this might be better suited to you. Those wanting a foot cream that they can use every day or two to keep their feet soft and smooth should steer clear of this though.